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Jason is a 33 year old Noongar, Yamaji man who has worked tirelessly in the past 20 years working in many areas to support and help people, especially our young Youth. Jason has achieved so many great things over the years but as many of you may know Jason has been very unwell. We are hoping to gain the support of the community, and we are holding an event to raise funds to help Jason walk the road of recovery. This event will prove to be the start to change and save his life. All funds raised will go to supporting him towards a better quality of life and health so that we can all be apart of his life as long as possible. We will be selling tickets for $25. For $30 you get the standard entry PLUS you also go in to the draw to win some really fantastic door prizes which will be drawn throughout the evening. There will be tables available for booking which will be reserved for organisations, family or friends. It will be a great line up of fun and entertainment with some of WA’s best musical talent. We kindly ask to please share this event through your networks and help to show your support for Jason and his health. Tickets are available to be pre purchased. Performing are: Oz Island Band The Merindas Phil Walley Stack Jamahl Ryder Vanessa Hopes Traditional MC Wilkes Brothers Stella and Lee West The event is on Saturday 12th of December, starts at 7pm running until 12 and is in the Ambassadors Room of the Swan District Football Club in Bassendean. We ask that everyone be there at 7.Tickets Save
Sounds Like: Oz Island
Manager: Fabian Cox and Geoffrey James
Bio: BIOGRAPHY !
Three boys from Northern Australia have created their own unique style that blends Indigenous Rock Reggae with a mix of Tropical Island Reggae, to create the band OZ ISLAND.
OZ ISLAND is made up of Geoffrey James from Beagle Bay, Japeth James from Maningrida & Fabian Cox originally ...See Full Bio
“Oz Island finds Better Life with Too Solid release WITH the heritage of some of Australia’s most recognised musicians, Oz Island is set to find a Better Life with the release of its debut album next month. With mentors and family lineage including Saltwater Band and Mark Bin Baker (Mary G), the north Australian men making up Oz Island are taking their music to the world in a reggae message.”